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Question: 

The $\textrm{B}^-$ meson is a $b\bar{u}$ quark combination.

  1. Show that this is consistent for all quantum numbers.
  2. What are the quark combinations for $\textrm{B}^+$, $\textrm{B}^0$, $\bar{\textrm{B}} \, \! ^0$

Source: Giancoli, Douglas C., Physics: Principles with Applications, 7th Edition, 2014.

Quick Answer: 
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  2. $B^+ = b \bar{u}$, $B^0 = b \bar{d}$, $\bar{B^0} = \bar{b} d$

Giancoli 7th Edition, Chapter 32, Problem 30

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Chapter 32, Problem 30 is solved.

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